Specialist Family and Deceased Estates Lawyers

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Probate and Estate Ligitation Lawyers Melbourne

Probate and estate litigation is often referred to as deceased estates law. It includes a range of services from administration of deceased estates, disputes between executors to contesting a Will and more. We have probate and estate administration and estate litigation lawyers able to assist you with all services related to a deceased estate.

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What to expect from your first appointment with a probate lawyer

What to expect from your first appointment with a probate lawyer

Knowing how to prepare for an initial appointment with a deceased estates lawyer will help minimise stress and ensure the process of probate progresses efficiently and effectively.
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Making your family law financial agreement legally binding

Making your family law financial agreement legally binding

In family law matters, the law treats financial agreements made between all separated couples the same, regardless of marital status. We explore the purpose of financial agreements in family law, and importantly, how to make them legally binding.
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When is probate not required in Victoria?

When is probate not required in Victoria?

A Grant of Probate or a Grant of Letters of Administration are the two ways in which a person can obtain a Grant of Representation. However, there are occasions when a Grant of Probate is not required, or not appropriate.
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Tasks for the executor after probate is granted

Tasks for the executor after probate is granted

Probate is the process of the Court confirming that the Will is valid and the executor may distribute the assets of the deceased estate. Once probate is granted, the executor needs to attend to several steps before distributing the assets as outlined in the Will of the deceased.
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